It’s how people come to trust in ghosts, or imbue coincidences with poignant meaning. And, as a fake psychic, it’s how I was in a position to use the right tips and ambiguity to go away my customers convinced. The company that hired me boasted they simply hire two out of 100 advantage psychics. I felt excited, apprehensive, and mostly terrified I’d be uncovered as a fraud. I was assured enough coping with strangers at events whom I’d probably never see again, but now I had a whole corporation to report to. They let me pick my psychic name and I did my best to choose something less stripper, more gypsy (which I’d love to reveal but cannot due to an ironclad NDA). The last call I ever took was from an aged woman. She was a different caller with economic complications, but this did not begin as a pursuits call. First, she asked to chat with Miss Cleo. I gave the common reply: Miss Cleo was not presently working the lines, but I’d be at liberty to help her. She insisted she needed to speak with Miss Cleo, in particular. Apparently, she had spoken with her before. They do not hire fakes. I have personally tried many different psychics there just to see. I doesn’t sent my friends and family to a fake one. Their online psychics are intently screened and tested. Now, some are better than others, that’s obviously, but that’s just like life. Some doctors are better than others.